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2 6Cs INTO 90's
ABOUT HIGH FRONTIERS
High Frontiers is the world's first futurist pop cul-
ture magazine, a colorful and creative mix of rock
and roll, gonzo journalism fringe science, experimen-
tal art, high technology, consciousness exploration
and humor. As the data bank for the evolving cul-
ture of the 1990's, High Frontiers covers that increas-
ingly large area where our current reality mirrors
the wildest dreams and fantasies of science fiction.
The fall issue of High Frontiers will be a special
60's into 90s anti-nostalgia issue designed in re-
sponse to the public interest and curiosity which
has been generated in the sixties experience by the
twentieth anniversary of the summer of love.
Included in this issue will be:
Todd Rundgren - at the Hacker's Convention
Martin Lee - author of the pop-
ular book Acid Dreams
Camper Van Beethoven
Captain Clearlight -
LSD chemist of the
Steal This Con-
ference - coverage
of "The Sixties:
It's Leaders &
photos and quotes
from lectures by
Ken Kesey, Abbie
Hoffman, Dr. Spock,
Tom Robbins, Betty
Friedan, Country Joe
McDonald and Timo-
The Best of
acle - Out-
psychedelic magazine - The San Francisco Oracle
along with commentary by the editor, Allen Co-
Also: articles about The Grateful Dead, 60s vs. 80s
rock and roll, and brain toys for expanding minds.
"High Frontiers is required reading
in our house - this is what's happening..."
- William Burroughs
Monitoring the Information Grid with Durk Pear-
son and Sandy Shaw
Timothy Leary Jacks In
Off the Top of My Head - Dr. Science
Fringe Science - Nick Herbert (author of Quantum
Psychedelic Scenarios - Peter Stafford & Bruce
Psychopharmagnosticon - Terence McKenna
Experiments in Film - Morgan Russell (coverage of
Greatest Hits of the New Age - Somerset MauMau
HIGH FRONTIERS READER
High Frontiers readers are intelligent and college
educated. They are of both sexes (just over 60%
male) and span all income groups (averaging
$22,000 per year). The High Frontiers readership is
generally between 18-45 years old with the great-
est percentage in their 30s followed closely by the
college market (18-23). Their interests include:
Rock and experimental music, new technology -
computers in particular, reading - books and period-
icals, art, film and culture, travel, the offbeat,
health and longevity - including vitamins and nu-
trients, anti-authoritarian politics, and new
science. They tend to spend their money on items
and activities related to communication/
information and health.
HIGH FRONTIERS 3
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1/3 page ad
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